Establishing Paternity and Other Family Law Issues in Ohio
Correctly determining paternity is important for many reasons and in many different types of family law cases. For fathers who wish to get parenting time with their children, paternity can help them enforce their rights in court. For mothers, establishing paternity can help in establishing an order to receive child support. In each case, having an experienced lawyer assist you with a paternity action can help you protect your rights.
At the Law Offices of Myron A. Wolf, in Hamilton, Ohio, our lawyers have more than 40 years of combined experience in family law and have helped many clients and their families through difficult legal issues. Our attorneys and staff have an extensive understanding of paternity laws in the state of Ohio and how they can impact issues of child custody and support. We can advise you on your options and help you achieve the resolution you deserve.
Preserve Your Rights Through Paternity Actions
It is important for parents to understand their responsibilities to their children and to assert their rights to maintain relationships with those children. In paternity actions, no matter if the father or the mother is seeking the action, establishing parentage not only gives parental rights to the father but will ensure responsibility for that child through custody, visitation rights and child support.
In court, our firm can get paternity established by requesting DNA tests that will prove parentage. For our clients, we can explain the process of establishing parentage, while helping you understand what that will mean for you going forward. Parents have a right to be in their children's lives and obtaining legal recognition is an important step in that process.
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Contact us at the Law Offices of Myron A. Wolf and make an appointment for an initial consultation at our office in Hamilton, Ohio. Get answers to your questions about paternity and how you can assert your rights. Call our office at 513-863-0664 for more information.